'Fresh Out of The Foundry Tour' (ON/QC/PE/NB/NS)
(Ever see a metal vocalist perform w/ Neurogenic Stammering)
L-R: The Apex Album lineup: Brian Gemus (Guitar) | Tyson Taylor (Drums) | Darren Marchand (Vocals) | Jer Candusso (Bass) | Steve Landgraff (Guitar) (Photo Credit Shari Richards)
2015 - Self-Titled - Album Stream - Bandcamp
Music Video - 'If Detroit River Could Speak' :
Windsor, ON's THE APEX are unleashing their upcoming EP 'Underbelly' on Sept 17th, the first date of their two week 'Fresh Out of The Foundry Tour' with Regina's The Man and His Machine across Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (dates listed below). But before they do, they have teamed up with PureGrainAudio.com to reveal the full stream of the EP's ear piercing blasts of extreme shrapnel at the link below.
What truly makes THE APEX interesting besides the full force of their technical brutality, is that vocalist Darren Marchand suffers from Neurogenic Stammering, which effects his speech where the brain won't tell the mouth what to say, so he's unable to carry on a normal conversation, but for some reason he's able to scream all the lyrics live and that is how he gets to express himself vocally with the band.
To listen to 'Underbelly', please visit the following link on PureGrainAudio.com:
EP pre-order available at https://theapexband.bandcamp.com/album/underbelly-ep
The Apex - Underbelly (EP) 1. Scabs and Sheep 2. Underbelly 3. Paid in Exposure EP Credits: Music and lyrics written by Steve Landgraff and Tyson Taylor Recorded at: Empire Recording Studios Engineered by: Nick Kinnish at Serafina Productions
'Fresh Out of The Foundry Tour': Aug 17 - Windsor, ON - The Dominion House - info Aug 18 - Toronto, ON - Coalition T.O. - info Aug 19 - Montreal, QC - THR Bar - info Aug 20 - Drummondville, QC - Pur Heriot - info Aug 21 - Quebec City, QC - La Source de la Martinière - info Aug 22 - Charlottetown, PE - Babas Lounge - info Aug 23 - Moncton, NB - Plan B - info Aug 25 - Sussex, NB - Uncle G's - info Aug 26 - Sydney, NS - Embers - info Aug 27 - Sackville, NS - House Show - info Aug 28 - Halifax, NS - Gus' Pub - info Aug 29 - Fredericton, NB - Charlotte Street Arts Center - info
The Apex formed in August of 2013.
They are a collective of individuals from the Ontario metal community, whom over the years have come together from past bands such as, Closed Casket Funeral, Dismata, Blood Shot Eye, The Coalition Design, and Corprophemia to form The Apex.
In a true culmination of talent, dedication, and timing, this group has created a unique hometown sound that is now being called "Windsor Ghetto Tech". The brutal sonic assault of their music coupled with the emotional reckless abandonment of their live performance, have drawn stanch comparisons to Meshuggah and classic Dillinger Escape Plan rounded out with a distinctly Canadian flair. To add influence, vocalist Darren M. suffers from Neurogenic Stammering, which effects his speech where the brain won't tell the mouth what to say so he's unable to carry on a normal conversation, but for some reason he's able to scream all the lyrics live and that is how he gets to express himself vocally with the band.
In July, 2014 they entered Shark Tank Productions studio in Windsor, Ontario to begin recording their debut self-titled full length album, "The Apex". They hired engineer Nick Kinnish of Serafina Productions (Johnny Truent, Architects, and more) to aid them in capturing their sound accurately. In November, 2014 they completed their recording and announced the independent release date of February 21st, 2015. In 2016, the band entered Empire Recording Studios to record their next release, the EP 'Underbelly' set to be unleashed in August.
TOUR EXPERIENCE: This band is no stranger to hitting the pavement to support the music they love to make. In their 15+ years of experience creating music in previous bands, they've been support on tour for bands like: Cephalic Carnage, All Shall Perish, Despised Icon, Cryptopsy, Today Is The Day, Killitorous, Erimha and Ion Dissonance to name a few. In previous bands they've also shared the stage on festivals with bands like: SOD, Venom, Obituary, Cradle Of Filth, Earth Crisis, God Forbid, Skinless, Beneath The Massacre and more to crowds up to 7500+ in North America. As their current lineup The Apex, they have already invested in a mid-sized tour bus and have began to book many shows and festivals across Canada for 2016.
For more info, please visit http://www.facebook.com/wearetheapex.